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hamulus

[′ham·yə·ləs]
(vertebrate zoology)
A hooklike process, especially a small terminal hook on the barbicel of a feather.
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Pour une presentation detaillee de la CPI, voir Yves Hamuli Kabumba, La preuve compatible avec les droits de l'accuse devant la Cour penale internationale, these de doctorat en sciences juridiques, Universite catholique de Louvain, 2013 [non publiee) aux pp 41-83 [Kabumba].
We're keeping a fierce response in store for them," Hamuli added.
Olivier Hamuli, DR Congo army spokesman, said M23 rebels attacked government troops about 12 km (7 miles) north of the regional capital, Goma.
Parts in which the hamuli of the barbules had become unhooked and other elements that had obviously suffered from damage or abrasive effects were ignored.
Oliver Hamuli, a spokesman for the joint Rwanda-Congo military offensive, said several Hutu rebels were also wounded in the attack, that took place late on Thursday in Kashebere in the eastern DRC region of Masisi.